A little something sweet makes every gathering so much more festive and full of joy. Let us provide the baked goods for your office party, family dinner, and birthday celebrations throughout the year so you can focus on spending time with those you love. All desserts are made to order, and are available gluten free upon request. Custom cakes are available and are priced to customer specifications.
To place an order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s beginning to look (and smell) a lot like Christmas around The Southern Test Kitchen these days.
We’ve been making eyes with these Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies all day, and we think you’d enjoy them, too. Currently taking orders from the Holiday Menu, and yes, these beauties are certainly on it.
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Happy Holidays, y’all! Our HOLIDAY MENU is here! Let us provide the baked sweets for your office party, family dinner, and festive gatherings this season so you can focus on spending time with those you love. All desserts are made to order, and are available gluten free upon request.
Cookies are $14 per dozen.
Bars are $14 for 6 (3×3-inch) each.
Cakes are $30 each with 9” 3-layers and serve 10-12.
Cupcakes are $14 per dozen.
To place an order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org now through December.
Are you looking for some #homemade goodies for your #Valentine? I’m going to be #baking up some #cookies, #brownies, #cheesecakes (or whatever your sweetie wants) and all monies go toward my mission trip team! Haven’t heard about it yet? We’ll be headed to Eastern Europe to love on the Roma people. I’m very excited about this opportunity and would love to discuss it with anyone interested in learning more or praying for us. #Hometown friends, don’t fret. I’ll be in #Tennessee 2/12-2/14 for momma’s birthday (did y’all know she is a Valentine’s Day baby? 😍) so I’m happy to deliver baked yummies to Tennessee, too. Message me to place an order 💛 #bake #madewithlove #sweetstoshare
Cookies $14/dozen 3-inch cookies
Lots of natural light from the front floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors. Moody, dark-stained, reclaimed wood with black iron accents. White and grey marble accent backspash on bar, framed by two large open wine racks and a vintage mirror.
Most unique aspect of Bettola is the open prep kitchen in the back, complete with a glass, display-light case of housemade charcuterie and sausages.
Overall, a little cold and aloof. I walked in and was greeted by a very cheerful and prompt hostess, but waited at the empty bar for 5 minutes (bartender at post) before I was acknowledged or approached. However, I’m sure the huddle of waitstaff at the opposite side of the bar had some 911-gossip they needed to attend to with the bartender that was far superior to my getting a menu…The bartender was very slow and not personable at all, which was odd since I was his only customer. Didn’t ask if I had any questions, or if I had dined there before, or if I needed anything, etc. Very odd. For an Italian restaurant, I expected a little more welcoming and chatty atmosphere. There’s no “when you’re here, you’re family” vibe like that chain Italian place in every American town. Is this the tradeoff for local Italian?